Swollen Gums, Redness And Pain Due To Impacted Teeth?
mlm, I want to ask about 1 year before I had a surgery to drain the cheek fluids through the gums through the injection and the suction of the fluid was caused by the molars that grew not upward but beside the smearing teeth, after all, it’s fine. ..but my face has become big on the right side..the left right is different r ntp now he is back again … my teeth ached and his gums secreted like nana but a drop … my face became swollen next to him. but the swelling is small. and now i can drink aclonac
Hello Ira, thank you for your question
The third molars are also called wisdom teeth because they are the last teeth to grow out of the other set of teeth. This teething usually occurs around the age of 21. Because it is the last tooth to appear, it is often the size of the jaw that is not sufficient for the growth of these teeth. As a result, there is a problem with the direction of the teething or what is called impaction, as you experienced in the explanation above.
Impacted wisdom teeth cause inflammation and are prone to infection. As a result, the gums appear swollen, reddish, and accompanied by pain. If the infection is not treated immediately, it has the potential to cause a buildup of pus (abscess), either inside the tooth cavity (intraoral) or outside the tooth cavity (extraoral). If you experience this, especially if it happens more than once, it would be a good idea to see a dentist who specializes in oral surgery. Generally doctors will recommend a panoramic x-ray examination to confirm the condition of your teeth growth. Then prescribe antibiotics and painkillers to treat acute inflammation. After the inflammation is resolved, if necessary, the doctor can recommend that the problematic molars be removed.
While waiting for the doctor's treatment, be diligent in brushing and rinsing your teeth so that your teeth and oral cavity are healthy.
Hope this information is useful